I absolutely love my tjanting tools... even though they're kind of cheapies, they've been with me for years & years, and they're what I originally trained with when I learned to batik in the early 2000s. This tool had sort of a "loose tooth" thing going on... so I smashed it! Only sort of joking; I did use another tool I had on hand (my table scraper) to pound on the loose brass and hopefully create a permanent fix. Back to the hot wax pot!
[caption id="attachment_84" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Let us fill your next party with color and fun![/caption] Get in touch with us (email is best) with your ideas about dates, approximately how many kids, and whether you'd like us to come to you or host your party at our studio. Our studio has other working artists in a variety of non-childproofed mediums, so this option is best for older kids. Outside of Asheville? Just get in touch, and we can check our availability and price out the mileage for you!